Understanding the First Lebanon War, Through Fresh Israeli Eyes

In his new documentary series, director Duki Dror says he hopes to revisit the quagmire of the 1982 Lebanon War with fresh eyes – and fresh material, including new revelations about the massacre at Sabra and Shatila refugee camps

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Young Palestinians in Beirut, 1975, from the documentary series on Lebanon.
Young Palestinians in Beirut, 1975, from the documentary series on Lebanon. Credit: Philip Rochot
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A scene from the film: A Palestinian woman and an IDF soldier in Rashidiyeh refugee camp in Lebanon. Credit: Kan archives
The founder of the Christian Phalangists, Bashir Gemayel, left, speaking to militiamen, from the series "Lebanon: Borders of Blood."Credit: Alain Dejean / Sygma via Getty I
Former Lebanese President Amin Gemayel, from a scene in the series "Lebanon: Borders of Blood."Credit: Matthias Bolliner / Zygote Films



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